3 edition of The history of law school libraries in the United States found in the catalog.
The history of law school libraries in the United States
|Statement||Glen-Peter Ahlers, Sr|
|Series||AALL publications series -- no. 76|
|LC Classifications||Z675.L2 A37 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
|LC Control Number||2011029291|
The first public library in the United States opened in New Hampshire in In the late ’s and early ’s, wealthy businessman Andrew Carnegie built and equipped over 3, public libraries in the United States. Over the ages, libraries have been destroyed by wars, fires, and floods, but they have been rebuilt and expanded. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase. This is a great book for a 'quick' but meaningful overview of the history of American law. It reads easily, but also offers some fresh insights which clearly come from the author instead of just recycling the same old tired opinions you'll find everywhere else. The bit on Reviews:
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A law library is a special library used by law students, lawyers, judges and their law clerks, historians and other scholars of legal history in order to research the libraries are also used by people who draft or advocate for new laws, e.g.
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[Glen-Peter Ahlers, Sr.]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: Contents: The first libraries --Library collections --Library personnel --Association of American law schools library-related bylaws, regulations and statements --American Bar Association library standards, interpretations and factors --Appendics: (I) ABA consent decree --(II) Table one, library collections.
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In the United States the foundation of larger institutionalized law library collection in the 19th and 20th century. History of School and Other Libraries General School Library History. Magic Casements - A survey of school library history from the eighth to the twentieth century.
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Library - Library - School libraries: Where public libraries and schools are provided by the same education authority, the public library service may include a school department, which takes care of all routine procedures, including purchasing, processing with labels, and attaching book cards and protective covers; the books are sent to the schools ready for use.
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As of this writing, more t school library/media centers exist in the United States, 80, of which are public school libraries. For the 20th century alone the American public school library can boast a rich history of service to tens of thousands of school teachers and administrators and millions of K users of both sexes, all.
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